Charity and Covert Shooting
Hunting, Hospitals, Morality
Charing Cross Hospital
Discussing the apparently 'foolish' decision of a gamekeeper to advertise the details of a 'big battue' in the newspapers, suggests that 'all noble swells who like to see their battues recorded in the newspapers' should follow the example of the Prince Edward and donate their 'butchered' game to a hospital.
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